CCC&TSPM Founds Leading Group to Promote Sinicization of Christianity
By Yi Yang, May 31, 2018 07:05 AM
On May 22, 2018, CCC&TSPM founded a leadership team to promote the sinicization of Christianity, according to CCC&TSPM. Meanwhile, Rev. Gao Feng, president of CCC, addressed in its first work conference that implementing the sincization of Christianity would be a central place on the work agenda of the Chinese government's umbrella organizations for Protestant churches.
The Outline of the Five-year Plan (2018-2022) for Promoting Sinicization of Christianity was announced on November 28 to 29, 2017. The document urged continual theological construction for the sinicization of Christianity, standardizing theological education, expressing the Christian faith in the form of Chinese culture, and doing philanthropy and charity. The main task was to gradually move from the stage of propaganda and mobilization to the execute phase.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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